CAMDEN – A federal judge has ordered the South Jersey Animal Food Company to suspend production until it makes improvements to the sanitation required by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

Among other changes, Bravo Packing Inc. with Carneys Point to remove from the market all products manufactured from May 2021, according to the decree of consent.

He must also destroy “under FDA supervision all unfinished and finished pet food that is in their custody, control or ownership,” he demands.

The agreement addresses a March 15 lawsuit on behalf of the FDA, which accused Bravo of falsifying its products – raw dog food and exotic cats such as lions and tigers – using potentially dangerous bacteria.

Bravo must also retain an independent laboratory to test future-made foods at its North Golfwood Road facility. Similarly, an independent expert must determine that Bravo’s activities meet FDA standards.

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Independent staff should also develop a written environmental monitoring program, including a training program for workers in English and Spanish.

U.S. Food and Drug Administration

The lawsuit is alleged samples collected by FDA inspectors in July 2019 and April 2021 contained salmonella and listeria monocytogens, types of bacteria that can sometimes cause deadly diseases in animals and humans.

“The food we give our pets should be safe for them to eat and safe for humans,” FDA Director of the FDA Center for Veterinary Medicine Stephen Solomon said Monday.

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